Pennsylvania Legislative Reference Bureau
The Pennsylvania Legislative Reference Bureau was created in 1909.
The primary purpose of the Bureau is to prepare requested legislative bills and resolutions for introduction in the General Assembly; to advise members of the Legislature and legislative committees; and, from time to time, to prepare proposed codifications of existing general statutes for adoption or rejection by the General Assembly.
The Legislative Reference Bureau is responsible for handling all revisions to Pennsylvania Law including maintaining past session laws. The LRB maintains all laws from past legislative sessions.
- ↑ Pennsylvania House Democratic Committee on Appropriations "The Budget Process"
- ↑ Pennsylvania General Assembly "Making Law in Pennsylvania"(See Page 6)
- ↑ Pennsylvania Legislative Reference Bureau "About the LRB"
- ↑ Pennsylvania General Assembly "Making Law in Pennsylvania"(See Pages 4-5)
- ↑ Pennsylvania Legislative Reference Bureau "Pennsylvania Session Laws"
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